updated 21.01.2018

Australia dates 2018

This will be my last tour until September 2018 as we are expecting a new arrival in the family and so my only visit to Toowoomba in 2018.

If you want to book me in advance to obtain the date and time that suits you best, please contact Konnie on 0409 499782. I shall be delighted to meet old friends and new and as always offer clairvoyance using Tarot, crystal angels, runes, crystal ball and numerology as well as past lives. I will also identify your angels and spirit guides if you wish and advise you on psychic children, children with communication difficulties and how to develop your psychic powers. I can also cast spells for you for any positive purpose, help with psychic protection, remove ill-wishing and offer you a specially created charm bag as a gift for any purpose you choose, fertility, love, marriage, children, custody cases and divorce settlements, money, career, travel, a new home, justice and for protection.

I shall be in Toowoomba from Thursday 18th January-to Monday January 29 from 9am-7pm at Rumours international, 323 Ruthven St.

I will be in Mackay from Thursday February 8 until Sunday 18 February at South Leagues Club, 181 Milton Street again from 9 am to 7pm each day.

I am visiting Townsville from Wednesday February 21 until Sunday 4 March at the Grand Chancellor Hotel(The Sugar Shaker), 334 Flinders Street from 9 am to 7pm.

I shall be in Emerald, at the Town Hall, Egerton Street from Thursday March 8 till Sunday 18 March, 9 am to 8pm. I have not been to Emerald for nearly three years and so am very excited.











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Happy Full Moon in Cancer

Happy New Year Full Moon in Cancer from Cassandra and Debi on January 2, at 02.24 UTC which means in some parts of the world it will be visible on the night of January 1 and so a true New Year Moon. It is also a Supermoon when the Moon passes especially close to the earth. There is a second full moon, also a Supermoon on January 31 at 13,26 UTC known as a Blue Moon because it is the second full moon in the month and so January is a month of power.

This first full moon in January is known among the Native North Americans as Wolf Moon because the wolves could be heard howling at Mother Moon at the hungriest time of the year, the time of the clan sharing whatever they had left. Wherever you live in the world the Full Moon in Cancer is a moon to recall those who have not, not just materially but who are alone, estranged or far from family and who as the Yule decorations are pulled down, see only the bleakness ahead. So, if you are safe within the shelter of close friends and family, spare a smile and maybe some practical gesture of help or the hand of friendship to those who have little or whose eyes reflect the sought or unsought solitude within.

The Cancerian Full Moon is ruled by Muriel the silvery Angel of dreams and realistic wishes you can make come true through your own efforts. Muriel rides her magical carpet through the skies and on this moon, anything seems possible-and indeed it can be if you come out of the shell of self-doubt and ignore the discouragement of those who gain security from you staying just the same, ready and waiting to fulfil their needs.

Call on this moon for happiness at home, for family, children and fidelity, for bringing imaginative projects into the public arena, also for keeping necessary secrets, especially love that cannot be revealed because one or both partners are not free, for conceiving a baby, for overcoming a relationship problem or betrayal, for major home renovations or refurbishing, for protection of the home and family, particularly against accidents or hostile neighbours.

Dare to dream and to do, knowing those dreams are attainable through hard work and perseverance to open new doors, even as old ones slam shut. Your discarded or not fully developed talents are waiting in the wings to dance centre stage and receive the long overdue accolades of your worth.

Dare to love, to reach out risking hurt and rejection and if you are turned down then there is a whole world of love and life and fulfilment and an ocean of adventure beyond the rock pools of limitation.

Finally reach out to make your own good fortune, remembering you have the total lunar eclipse and full moon in the achiever Leo on January 31-and another Supermoon to bring those dreams into reality, a powerful month indeed to start the new Year with a flying start.

You will need:

A smooth round white shell or white stone.

A permanent marker pen in green.
Timing: Any night leading up to the Cancerian full moon and/or full moon night or the day or two after.

The Spell:

Welcome to January

January is ruled by Janus, the Roman god of gates and doorways, who has two faces looking in opposite directions, sunrise and sunset, endings and beginnings. In January, we step through the door from the past, remembering we still carry aspects of the past within us, good and bad, good memories, experiences that have shaped us, all those plans started in 2017 we can bring to fruition this coming year.

The most important thing to leave behind as we step through the doorway are those burdensome redundant voices in our head, the garbage from years past or venom spit recently towards us that clutters up our thinking and fills us with doubts that we can succeed. You always fail, the words drone on even at 2am when we cannot sleep, the old put -downs of negative parenting, disparaging teachers, destructive exes, jealous colleagues rekindling dusty doubts in our minds. Why should this year be different -and the first slip in our fledgling resolutions brings a flood of Told you so from those cobwebby ghosts gloating on our shoulder.

Better, every time we doubt or slip back into an old habit, fear or situation we resolved to leave behind with the chiming midnight New Year bells, to tell the detractors and distractors, many long dead or gone from our lives, firmly and loudly to shut the door as they scuttle back to the shadows.
And consider, if those people are still dragging you down, whether you actually need them around.
This month, let the temporary setbacks go, do something small to make yourself feel good again and start again from that point. New Year resolutions aren’t a once and for all, all or nothing, but a step by step. Make January the month of each day bringing a new chance to get it right, so by February you are striding ahead confidently towards your new goals.

If the New Year resolutions are already proving too hard, maybe you were asking the impossible of yourself, whether fitness, diet, quitting bad habits or fears or making major life changes before you are fully ready. Take it slower, reassess what is realistic and a sensible time scale given all the responsibilities and stresses you have already and above all focus on what you really want for the year ahead.

As January progresses we move into the sway of Cambiel, the Guardian angel of your personal identity and blueprint, who advises us to step back from unnecessary emotional pressures to be or do what others expect, not least those pressures we impose on ourselves through regurgitating messages cast up from our subconscious that should long since have been blown away by the passing of many New Years.

This is your January, your future, your life a garden to be planted with whatever to you is beautiful and of worth and the choking weeds that hold back the growth can be gently but firmly pruned, especially if those doubters live on in your lives and you have to see them regularly.

To grow your own lovely future slowly and in the way you choose take a tub of sunflower seeds or seeds from any golden flower, flowers of Michael, the Archangel of this first month of the year.

May your January be filled with inner if not outer sunshine.

DECEMBER 2017 News and Updates

Happy Approaching New Year from Cassandra and Debi

It will be the year of Asmodel, Angel of Harmony and so a year when if life has been a roller coaster, all should seem easier and you can swim with the tide of life as opposed to treading water.

A First Footing ritual to bring good New Year luck, health and prosperity into your home.

You will need

A copper, silver and gold-coloured coin.
Wrapped sweets, dried fruits and nuts.
Dried basil, juniper berries, sage or thyme.
Coal or wood.
A large bowl of water.
A drawstring bag.
Small crystals or glass nuggets.

A purple candle

A white candle


Before midnight.

The Spell

Happy Solstice 2017

Happy Solstice, Midsummer or Midwinter from Cassandra and Debi, wherever you live in the world.

The Solstice occurs on December 22, UCT (Universal Coordinated Time) at 16.28 UTC.

This is the time of greatest light in the Southern hemisphere and the rebirth of the sun in the Northern climes, both two halves of the same brilliant ever-turning Solar light.

In the Northern world, in the folk customs of Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia, the Baltic Solar Goddess, Saule, Queen of the Heavens and Earth, dressed and crowned with gold, drives her shining chariot across the skies, dancing with her daughters the planets to restore joy and hope.

In rituals in many different lands on Midwinter night, all lights are extinguished at dusk and the Crone or Grandmother Goddess in the person representing her invites those present to walk into the darkness with her, an act of pure surrender and faith that light will return and the sun will be reborn.

In passage graves throughout the world, such as the pre- Celtic Newgrange in Ireland people waited for the first shaft of light on the Solstice morning to illuminate the inner shrine.

In the southern world, the Australian Aboriginal creator woman Warramurrungundjui who emerged from the sea and gave birth to the first people, carried her digging stick and a bag of food plants, medicinal plants and flowers. Having planted them, she went on to dig the water holes. Then leaving her children to enjoy the fruits of her work, she entered a sacred stone so remaining present in her creation. As the sun shines brightly at Midsummer in the Southern hemisphere we are reminded her creations are constantly renewed.

Reach out for your own power or maybe reclaim it after a long absence at this dual sunshine festival of Michael, Archangel of the Sun who blesses both Midwinter and Midsummer, his special festivals.

Focus now on what you want more than anything and make that leap of faith. Do not be held back by what if it goes wrong? ´Dare to dream and make those dreams anew and come true by faith, hard work and persistence.

Happy Solstice and may light always shine in your life.

Happy December 2017

Happy December 2017 and the Full "Super" Moon

Happy December, from Debi and Cassandra. It is a very special month of the year for it heralds in the Northern hemisphere the rebirth of the light at Midwinter and in the Southern World. Midsummer, both Michael Archangel of the Sun times, so promising new beginnings, renewed hope and light even in the darkest hours, actual or emotional.

December is named after Decem, the tenth month after New Year in the old Roman calendar and ten is traditionally the number of unity, first given significance by the Ancient Egyptian wife and husband pairing, Isis and Osiris, deities who promised to ordinary people love and life that could never be lost.

What really matters at this time of the year in the run up to Christmas is communicating love and enjoying the company of family and friends if we are lucky enough to have them round or trying to heal breaches caused by others’ coldness or misplaced anger or jealousy. Some people will never lose their acid drop tongues, but this is the time of year to make a final loving gesture-and if refused, to accept that extra love willingly offered never hurt in the world and we can close a door, knowing we did all we could and move forward. If there is someone at work or in the neighbourhood you know will be alone extend an invitation for a pre-Christmas celebration and offer a small gift to be opened on Christmas Day-or better still set an extra place at the table.

Symbols of December include evergreen boughs especially pine or fir, small logs of wood especially oak, pine and ash, holly and ivy, gold coins and jewellery, silver and gold ribbons and baubles, tiny wrapped presents or messages offered spontaneously during the month to say I appreciate you when people are getting fraught over the ever-burgeoning commercialization and unattainable media images of perfection.

December’s incenses, trees, flowers and herbs include bay, cedar, feverfew, frankincense and myrrh mixed, mistletoe, juniper, pine, rosemary, sage and all spices, poinsettias, scarlet and white flowers and rosemary,

December crystals are amazonite, malachite, garnet, snow quartz, snowflake obsidian and, opal aura.

Happy, Happy December.

Happy Full Moon in Gemini

Happy full moon in Gemini for December 3 at,15.46 UTC, the luckiest of full moons, and this year the biggest and brightest of 2017, a "Super Moon".

As the moon of clear communication, versatility, travel and positive change of all kinds, not to mention protection against deceit, gossip and spite, it is not a winding down for the end of the year moon at all. Rather it is a time to communicate what you feel and think clearly, loudly and boldly- and what you want, not least to yourself.

Called also Beaver Moon or Full Frost Moon in the Native North American world, in the Southern hemisphere too the Gemini Moon protects against any emotional coldness or situations that seem without resolution.

As the year downturns towards Christmas in the Northern spheres and the rebirth of light and spins upwards for the grand solar finale of Midsummer in the Southern hemisphere , walk away just for a minute or maybe for a lifetime from the buy now or lose it forever frantic Yuletide unnecessities and ask, Who am I, who do I want to be, what risks am I prepared to take to finish the year with a great glorious display of personal light rekindled, actions taken, decisions made, all ready for enjoying 2018, the year of Asmodel angel of harmony.

Hassle companies before their stupefying office party wind down for the job you really want, the rebate you are owed or the compensation you so rightly are due-and they may be glad to clear the decks before opening the wine.

Start new projects, don’t delay till the New Year; sign up now for courses to start in January, as the Gemini quicksilver mind combines with the lunar full power of all or nothing.

Make plans and book a January vacation, even a weekend away, rather than wasting money on ungrateful Aunty Maud and the discordant symphony of what I really wanted for Christmas from Brat and Brattina. Give them a holey stocking with a lump of coal in it, wrapped in old newspaper of course and watch their faces wreath with festive good will.

Not too late either to have the Christmas you want, whether far away in the desert where the Yule trees do not sprout multi-coloured fairy lights or with a gathering of people or just one person you really want to be with-or maybe shut your door with a couple of bottles of something good, a wheel of cheese or three, fresh bread and watch the old movies with no one to channel flick or complain and leave you the rejected toffees among the scattered chocolate wrappers.

As for lovers uncommitted as to whose fireside they will hang their Yuletide stockings, don’t be Suzy or Sammy on the shelf, content with a whispered phone call after the turkey bones are picked clean, communicate your love now on this moon and say Be with me this mistletoe or never. If no thanks, get on that dating site or invite the guy or gal who asks you out but you have always refused, because you were waiting by the phone that hardly ever rang with the latest excuse.

Life is about now, says the Gemini full moon so do something on full moon night and indeed any of the nights after while the energies are still swirling to make yourself joyous. Alternatively take a step towards the grand Master plan to make the coming year the best year ever.

Happy, happy Gemini moon, think lucky and then go out and make your own good fortune.

Happy November

Named after Novem, the ninth month in the old Roman calendar, November still represents striving for perfection and replacing the old and redundant with the new and potentially promising, often as an act of faith.

November is good for making dreams come true, for completion and launching creative efforts that have taken time to perfect, for aiming high, for overcoming with courage the harm and malice of others and banishing fear of failure, for success in official matters and for relocation or a second career.

Of course, since the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month marks the end of World War 1 and has been adapted as a day of respect for all in any conflict who gave their lives for others’ freedom and the suffering caused by war, as the year draws to a close so we also recall loved ones lot but never forgotten. Time to let go all we tried and which did not work out yet which we can attempt again as the New Year beckons after recalling our strength and purpose.

The angel of November is Adnachiel the Voyager, the angel of learning and exploration with bright yellow robes, who in the Northern hemisphere, promises brighter days ahead if we reach out in our minds and maybe actuality( also heralding happy winter sun holidays) and in the southern hemisphere calls in the brighter lighter days towards their zenith. Wherever we live Adnachiel encourages clear vision, the uncovering of truth, wide perspectives and possibilities through brainstorming, flexibility, open-mindedness, optimism, enthusiasm and creativity especially in writing. He says there is always something new to learn, some new vista to explore even as we abandon with blessing what did not work out including relationships of which we feel we cannot yet must let go.

The crystals of November that are lucky and powerful are yellow topaz, ruby and turquoise.

The November fragrances are sage and sandalwood.

Its colour is bright yellow or blue.

November flowers are the chrysanthemum, red to honour the living and especially our mothers and white for the deceased and of course the poppy of remembrance.

During November, avoid giving unasked for opinions, impulsive words or actions, being tempted by too good to be true offers, gambling and unwise speculation or assuming the grass is greener on the other side of the fence.
Happy November and may you attain all you reach for.

Happy Full Moon in Taurus

Happy Full Moon

Happy full Moon in Taurus on November 4 at 05.23 UTC

 It is called by the Algonquin nation and others, Full Beaver Moon or Full Frost Moon. It is the moon of love, radiance, beauty and harmony, for acquiring money, material security and lovely things, for the conception of a child and fertility in every way, for, getting a lover to commit or for a major money-spinning venture.

Use these moon energies also to begin a programme to become fitter but always to bring pleasure, especially such as Tai Ch’i or yoga, for overcoming possessiveness and emotional blackmail in others, to gradually reduce debt and to protect possessions from those who borrow and never return.

Her special colour is pink, her gems, rose quartz and emerald and her fragrances rose, apple blossom and daisies.

The angel of this full moon is Asmodel, angel of beauty surrounded by pink rays who helps us to create what is of worth in every sphere of our lives. She offers us persistence when the going is tough, patience, reliability, loyalty and stability. The message of this moon is value your own beauty and worth and ignore those who make you feel bad, guilty or over- responsible for their well-being.

For if you are feeling distinctly out of sorts as this full moon rises, with life and people, borrow a bit of the Scorpio sun,, her alter ego, for removing from your life those who encroach on your territory or drain your energies. If you are focused purely on keeping the rest of the world harmonious, the Scorpio sun reminds you that this may be at the expense of yourself.

Feeling tired, drained or inwardly resentful may not be your hormones or a sugar low but someone taking advantage of your good nature. For energy vampires have the sugariest sweet smiles and make you feel that you are treading on the head of a baby rabbit if you say no to their intrusions or poor little me demands.
If you do doubt your own value or you are in an environment where others constantly put you down, try this Asmodel ritual around this full moon and continue as the moon begins to wane to maintain the positive effects.

You will need

A mirror you can see your head and shoulders in.

Five pink candles along the base of the mirror so their light reflects in the mirror

The Spell:

You can also adapt this ritual to attract or strengthen love.

Use this moon to feel and embrace the radiance and harmony surging within and through you as you smile from your heart and walk strong in your own beauty and your light.


November 1 and 2 are in many cultures the traditional days of the dead when family ancestors remain with their loved ones after returning to the family home on All Hallows Eve(Halloween).

Mont St-Michel on the borders of Normandy and Brittany is according to some researchers, on a direct ley energy line from Mount Carmel in Israel to Saint Michael’s Mount in Cornwall and thence onward into the great ley that leads to Bury St Edmunds in East Anglia and ley lines powerfully activate the ghosts of the old legends on the ancient festivals.

There is archaeological evidence that the Mount has probably been a sacred mound since as far back as 5,000BC.Some years ago I was in the area with my family on November 1st, the public holiday of All Souls in France, having driven past cemeteries laden with flowers and families from oldest to youngest in Sunday best honouring the family dead in a way that is unfamiliar in the many parts of the modern industrialised world, outside Catholic countries. There was a happy atmosphere and the banks of flowers amazed my own children used to the dreary churchyards of England.

Mont St-Michel was the site of our pilgrimage for it is strongly associated in old legends with the Celtic Island of the Dead and their spirits are said to meet there on November 1st (this is traditionally part of the old Celtic day of Samhain, the Celtic days on which the old year had ended and the new year was not yet begun, a time of no time.

A tradition was continued until the early years of the 20th Century, in the village of Pleine-Fougeres, which stands on a hill some 10 miles from Mont St-Michel. At a funeral the coffin would be turned to face Mont St-Michel before being interred.

On the day that I visited Mont St-Michel it was crowded with tourists from all over the world and the stalls were crammed with plastic swords and baseball caps. However, there was an overwhelming atmosphere of darkness. The island was besieged during the Hundred Years War, used as a prison until 1863 and the notorious cage where prisoners were hung over the walls and left to go mad, was still in place until the late 18th century. The sense of foreboding was mingled with a sanctity that predates Christianity, for originally the ancient Celtic sun God Belinus was worshipped there and Druidesses had their home on the isle of Tombelaine in the bay.

Ghosts were not hard to visualise in the shadows of the unexpected stairways that seemed to end in steep rock and wails from seabirds on the quick sands, echoing the cries of those lost by the fast- encroaching tide which can roll across the bay as fast as a galloping horse.

Indeed in the year 1011 tradition says that a woman who was near to giving birth persuaded her husband and friends to go with her to Mont St-Michel to pray for the new baby. On their way back a sudden mist fell and the party strayed from their path. All at once they realised that the tide was rushing towards them. The shock sent the woman into labour and she begged her husband and friends to leave her and save themselves. Then she lay upon the sands and prayed to St Michael to save her. Instead of engulfing her, the sea formed a whirling wall of water around her as she lay and gave birth to a son whom she baptised with the sea water. When the tide turned her husband and friends came to seek her body only to find her safe and well with the child who was christened Peril as he had had escaped from the peril of the sea. A cross was erected on the spot to commemorate the miracle but it tumbled into the sea in 17th century.

On my pilgrimage, as well as the misty shapes only inches from the crepes and hot dog vendors are perhaps real ghosts who seem indistinguishable from the ordinary people, dressed in black or clothes that could belong to a few or many generations away. Take the old man whose eyes are fixed halfway up the steep grey walls. He is oblivious to those walking only inches away between him and the wall, while they seem to stare right through him. The figure is stooped with the cap and dark clothes of a workman from any age. There is a child in old-fashioned clothes skipping along alone. Who can tell whether we look like phantoms to them as they to us, gathered today on the Day of the Dead? The churchyard within the walls was full of flowers and mementoes. In the church, candles are lit for the departed by dark figures that merge with the gloom

According to the old traditions, dead and living mingle on this day and to share the path of ghosts all we have to do is to go to one of these magical places where they naturally assemble on their day and walk in sympathy with them. Alternatively light candles, get out the old family photos, cook great grandma’s favourite recipes and share the old photos and memories of the departed, their jokes and idiosyncrasies of the departed generation with the young. For it was said by the Ancient Egyptians, so long as our name is spoken so shall we live..

Happy Samhain 2017

Happy Samhain

The time rapidly approaches for Samhain in the Northern hemisphere and Beltane in the Southern world, mirror images and two halves of the same whole.

At Samhain, the beginning of the old winter, by single soft amethyst candlelight into which we drop grains of sage, we break with echoes from the past that hold us back, drawing from Beltane, the start of the ancient summer, whether our own or across the world, creative impetus, germinating stars of our future growth and dreams.

At Beltane likewise whether pulsating beneath our feet, a twenty four hour plane ride or eye blink away in cyber space, we risk all for happiness and fulfillment, leap over twin fires or light our two red candles and make them sparkle with salt to welcome future generations; drawing on the visions of the Samhain fireside of the ancestors who assure us we carry within us their hopes and their wisdom to our children’s children’s children, whether our own or those we influence. The faults and failings are buried with the dying year.

We create from what has been lost and let go what stands in the way of claiming or reclaiming our power. Though death is ever-present in the world we need not cower in the shadows but rejoice in every day we are granted, a blessing and a bonus; as we look up at the fires of the ancestors in the stars we know that those hundreds of years hence will still wish upon the stars and rejoice at the seasons turning.

Samhain’s Jack o’ lantern whom the loveliest of Morrigu Fate sisters three times in his life asked to go with her across the river of death to immortality, was too afraid; so he walks between worlds with his small light, recalled as the Samhain pumpkin. But six months later he is reborn as the wild Beltane Jack ‘o’ Green, who seizes life, free as the burgeoning woodland greenery and crowns the maiden goddess with wildflowers. Both Jacks are one, are within us and the choice is not always easy, but we make decisions based on the resources and the knowledge we have at the time and so we should never regret the past but use it to weave the glorious garland of the future. If we plant and reap in their own seasons and do not seek to change what is inevitability, then we will live authentically, beautifully and eternally in the winds, the waters, in our words, our kindnesses, in those we try to influence for the better, in our recalled idiosyncrasies and unique foot and blueprint and the newly blossoming flowers of summer and the falling leaves of the winter days.

Happy October 2017

Welcome to October from Cassandra and Debi

Named after Octo which was the eighth month in the old Roman calendar after New Year, October is associated with financial advantage, called the Way of the Serpent in ancient Law.

It is a month that is associated with discovering the truth, especially about old secrets, visiting places you feel spiritually drawn to, ending relationships going nowhere fast, for peaceful legal separations, divorces and terminating contracts, for starting again in a new place or career, developing clairvoyance, finding your soul mate or reviving an intense relationship that has cooled but is based in deep feelings and for getting what you really want through your own efforts.

Good also for success in competitions and games of chance, for reaping rewards of earlier efforts, for all money and property matters, speculation and learning new skills and technology.

In October, avoid repeating past mistakes, extreme exercise regimes or crash diets, joining any organisation or religion that may be obsessive or manipulative, sulking instead of sharing your feelings with someone who cares.

The angel of October is Bariel or Baruel, the Wise One and angel of small miracles who wears the colours of sunset.

Bariel offers us the ability to transform self and situations, the power to start over again or revive a stagnant situation and protects against spite for spite’s sake, jealousy and gossip.

His candle colour is indigo or burgundy, which is also the colour of October.

Bariel’s crystals and the crystals of October are fiery obsidian, red coral, black pearl and blue aqua aura, quartz bonded with gold.

Bariel’s fragrances and the fragrances of October are mimosa, pine and mint.

If you need urgent help and there seems no way through, light a pure white candle and say, eight times Bariel, angel of small miracles, bring the small miracle I do desire (name what you need and for whom) and I will do good in the world. Leave the candle to burn through.

The special flower of October is the marigold, the flower of abundance and protection, a flower traditionally associated with increasing love and commitment and the calling of new love. Collect the soil over which you and a lover/ would be lover have walked and plant marigolds in it saying May love daily grow in sweetness and mingle as togetherness as these marigolds grow.

If you can’t get soil over which a lover or your would- be lover has walked bury his or her name beneath the marigolds. You can also use this to attract a yet as unknown lover by writing whoever will make me lastingly and faithfully happy, on a slip of paper.

Happy Full Moon,
October 2017


The full moon is in Aries on October 5 at 18.40 UTC

 It is known as the Harvest Moon because it is the full moon closest to the Autumn Equinox and traditionally around this time moonrise occurred soon after sunset several days in a row that allowed farmers more light to finish the harvest. It is also known as the Hunter’s Moon, Travel Moon and Dying Grass Moon.

But don’t think of it as a packing up and going home moon. Quite the opposite, For by the time the sun in Libra has set out all the options, asked have you thought of and hey let’s be reasonable here, the Arian Moon mother is half way to the airport or train station with her sandwiches for the journey and her map of the biggest adventure ever ahead.

Independence is the name of the game, action not words, no wait and see, for it is a wonderful rebirth and regeneration time. This is my show, any issues are my issues and I will, I must, for nothing can stand in the way of the future to be made even with a frankly unpromising hand of cards. And Moon mother will tie up all the loose ends, cut the binding threads and make her mark, even scattering a few stars and setting off a few meteors as she blazes her trail of anything has to be possible.

The old saying, Love many, trust few, always paddle your own canoe is the theme song for this dynamic energy peak, soon wheeling across the sky.

Hit decisions, ultimatums, fears and even threats head on, not letting the 2am scary spooks in your head hold you back from taking or perhaps reclaiming the wheel of your own ship. There is only victory, there can be only victory so don’t wait, don’t hesitate and then when that moon is spinning in the sky you will already be poised for the leap of a lifetime.

Her candle colour is red, her incense is ginger, Dragon’s Blood or cinnamon and her crystal red jasper.

Happy Moon day.

Happy Equinox

Happy Approaching Alban Elued or Mabon, the Autumn Equinox in the Northern hemisphere and Alban Eiler, Ostara or the Spring Equinox in the Southern hemisphere and  on Friday September 22 at 20.02 UTC, (see for the time of the Equinox wherever you live in the world).

Both occur at the same time and so wherever you live in the world you can leave behind what is not longer wanted at the same time and reach out for new beginnings.

Be guided by the rising or falling energies of the earth, the early blossoming or full fruit- bearing trees in your area, but know that both festivals are two halves of the same Wheel of the Year ever- revolving in constant succession. So use the listed colours, crystals, fragrances and symbols I have listed wherever you live in the world to unite for you the beginnings from endings, growth from decay, completion that opens the door to future possibilities and celebrate this time as a festival of integration and diversity, offering and receiving whatever is of most value to you right now.

The Autumn Equinox or Alban Elued in the Northern hemisphere is the time for resolution.

Alban Elued means in Gaelic, light on the Water and so the sun is moving away over the water to shine on the Isles of the Blest, leaving the world with peace and acceptance of what did not work while rejoicing in what has been achieved and persevering with what still may come to fruition.

A time for the completion of tasks, the achievement of long-term goals, for mending quarrels and forgiving yourself for past mistakes, for recovering money owed and overcoming debt problems, for assessing gain and loss, for family relationships and friendships, for material security for the months ahead,, for abundance in all aspects of your life, for issues of job security or the need to consolidate finances; all matters concerning the retirement and older people; the resolution or management of chronic health problems.

The candle colours of the Autumn Equinox are blue and green and its crystals are blue lace agate, chalcedony, Aqua aura, also rose quartz and all calcites.

Its tree is the apple and the incenses, flower and herbs of the Autumn Equinox include ferns, geranium, myrrh, pine, sandalwood and Solomon’s seal. Michaelmas daisies and all small petal purple and blue flowers.

Special Autumnal symbols are copper- coloured yellow or orange leaves, willow boughs, harvest fruits such as apples, berries, nuts, copper or bronze coins and pottery geese, geese being associated with the festival of Michaelmas, of Michael, Archangel of the Sun, also known as St Michael on September 29 which honours the declining power of the sun and promises that that the days will grow in strength and light once more on the mid- Winter Solstice on December 21.

The Angel of the Autumn Equinox is Rismuch, angel of agriculture and cultivated land, wearing every imaginable shade of brown, carrying a scythe and a hoe as symbol that he is conserver of the land and the crops. His personal symbols are sheaves of wheat and ears of corn, also dishes of seeds and nuts.

On the other side of the world at precisely the same time, Alban Eiler or the Spring Equinox rise glorious in the Southern hemisphere, the time of reaching out.

Alban Eiler means in Gaelic the Light of the Earth that returns after the winter and the time of sowing, actual in a number of lands and spiritual everywhere begins in earnest.

This is the time for fertility and positive life changes, new beginnings and opportunities, new flowering love, for initiating creative ventures, travel, house moves, clearing what is no longer needed in your life; anything to do with conception and pregnancy, children and young people, mothers and healing. Time too for spring cleaning your life, welcoming the winds of change, for rituals and empowerments to cleanse the seas and air of pollution, for new peace-making initiatives of all kinds, also to encourage major changes in attitude towards international, national, local and family issues.

The Spring Equinox candle colours are yellow and green and its crystals are sparkling yellow crystals, such as citrine, golden beryl and rutilated quartz, also lemon and apple green chrysoprase and green aventurine for good luck.

Its tree is the birch and its incenses, flowers and herbs are celandine, cinquefoil, crocus, daffodil, honeysuckle, hyacinth, lemon, primroses, sage, tansy and thyme and violets

Special symbols of Spring are eggs, especially painted ones, feathers, spring flowers or leaves a sprouting pot of seeds, pottery rabbits and birds and anything made of dough or clay. Rabbits recall the magical hare of Ostara, Norse Goddess of Spring, the original Easter bunny.

The Angel of the Spring Equinox is Raphael, Archangel of the Dawn, the East, the spring and of healing. He carries a golden vial of medicine, with a traveller’s staff, food to nourish all who seek or journey and he is dressed in the colours of early morning sunlight, with a beautiful green healing ray emanating from his halo.

Happy Full Moon,
September 2017

Happy Full Moon in Pisces on September 6 at 07. 02 UTC,

(see your local time for the full moon wherever you live in the world).

This full moon is called in parts of North America, Full Corn Moon because it coincides with harvesting the corn, in others Barley Moon, as the time to harvest and threshing the barley or even more poetically, Moon when the plums are scarlet, among the Lakota Sioux nation.

Yet this lovely flowing Pisces Full Moon is not only the moon of ripened grain, but of cascading emotions. She laughs and cries at the same time, says good bye, this can never be and in an instant, is back laughing mischievously, dries the tears, promising forever and a day and dances for the sheer joy of being alive.

It is the helter- skelter moon, seemingly a nightmare of excess emotion for logical, buttoned up folk. But stay with her for the ride, for her message is an important one, whether heard with head, mind, soul or best of all, all three in unison. For she tells us where there is sorrow there will follow joy-and yes more tears, but then laughter again.

There are no guarantees of forever for the butterfly enjoying every moment of the remaining caressingly warm days in the Northern hemisphere or for our carefully accumulated Lego brick security, no surety the planted seeds will grow or the harvest be rich and ripe, no reassurances that fire, hurricane and flood will not rip through the land, as indeed has been happening in Texas and other parts of the world so tragically.

Yet we cannot hold back for fear of being hurt or of sickness, ageing and mortality. For silver shimmering moonbeams light the way to tentative, trembling regrowth of trust even if right now certainty lies shattered.

For on this moon we must drink deep of life and squeeze every moment of pleasure and treasure the precious moments and if we are wounded pick ourselves up again and again and again until we are victorious.

The Pisces Full Moon is a moon for new love, for love after loss or calling back lost love, for music and the performing arts, for truth softened by kindness, for balancing two commitments or having two careers and loving both, for adaptability, merging two families and for using our hidden telepathic powers when our mobiles are out of range or everyday words fail.

Lady Moon helps us to overcome rivalries of people or demands pulling in different directions. She reminds us life is a rich stew and-the more that is added the more delectable it becomes, not like a cake to be portioned, with fighting over crumbs. This moon reconciles quarrels, assists the amicable resolution of custody or divorce disputes, blesses the homeless, the dispossessed and those who do not understand convention but live by the ethics of what feels honourable.

Above all this is the Moon when our psychic powers spontaneously open and we know things without understanding how or why and we can find those very special answers to what is hidden or not yet known.

Happy, happy moon. Be then joyful, wish and it shall be yours maybe not in the way or time anticipated, but marking a further step on that road to that almost happy ever after.


Happy September 2017

Happy September from Cassandra and Debi

September is named after Septem, the Latin word for seven because it was the seventh month after the New Year in March on the oldest known Roman calendar where there were originally ten months. It is a month associated with wisdom, knowledge, justice and truth and in Ancient Egypt with eternal life. It is the month of the Roman God Vulcan, deity of fire, ,Metalworkers and the forge and husband of Venus who according to myth fashioned a polished bronze mirror that showed past, present and future.

September is good for uncovering secrets, resolving injustices, for increased psychic powers, for all forms of training, retraining, and tests and for finding solutions for difficult questions, for holidays or relaxing weekends, resolving long standing relationship difficulties and reducing outside interference, for marriage or long- term commitments and success in love and romance.

In September, however, avoid taking sides or being railroaded into giving an opinion, flirting or falling for flattery and con-merchants, making major purchases if the finances are not in place and trying to live a double life especially in love. If, however, a matter of principle arises, avoid sitting on the fence or trying to please everyone.

The angel of September is Zuriel the Teacher who brings calm and reason to any situation and encourages idealism and balance and brings justice whether legal or personal, especially in resolving gender, ageist or sexist inequalities or unfair dismissal in the workplace He brings the ability to see both sides of a situation, diplomacy and peace-making skills. Above all Zuriel helps guard us against unwise and impulsive words or actions that may be regretted.

September’s flower is the Aster, known best as the purple, pink or white star like autumnal Michaelmas daisy, named after Michaelmas, the festival of St Michael, the Archangel of the Sun which was celebrated on September 29. Since St Michael was Patron Saint of high places and replaced the pre- Christian Sun deities, he is an apt symbol for the last days of the summer sun in the northern hemisphere.

There are many varieties of aster which means star in Latin. Considered sacred to Roman and Greek deities, asters originated as ancient wildflowers belonging to the daisy family. An old Classical myth told that asters first bloomed when Virgo, a Goddess linked with the harvest in different ancient cultures, scattered stardust on the earth. Another myth says that the Goddess Asterea, the Titan Goddess of the falling stars and of star lore, began to cry when she looked down upon the earth and saw no stars. Asters bloomed where her tears fell. Known as Eye of Christ in France and starwort in old England and Germany, asters were thought to contain magical powers.

The gem of September is the blue sapphire, stone of love, commitment and fidelity and still popular today in betrothal rings, promising lasting fidelity. Blue sapphire was traditionally worn when treaties were signed. Blue sapphire is considered effective for channelling healing powers from an angelic or higher source into the healer and is popular with Reiki healers and other energy transference therapists. Sapphire amplifies healing through the voice.

King Solomon’s fabulous magical ring was said to have been a blue sapphire and so a symbol of ancient wisdom. The Ancient Greeks called the sapphire the jewel of the Sun God Apollo. The blue stone was worn when consulting Apollo’s Oracle at Delphi in order that the questioner might have the wisdom to understand the answer given.

Sapphires are a symbol of integrity and are a good counterbalance to cynicism and less desirable aspects of modern culture; effective for the speedy and positive resolution of all legal matters and all issues concerning justice and officialdom. Rough tumble stone sapphires are far cheaper and just as effective as the fabulous gems

Lazuli, blue lace agate, the clear communication crystal enabling us to speak the truth with kindness, are other crystals of September.

September’s colour is light blue and its fragrances include, lemon verbena, peach and vanilla.

August 2017 News and Updates

20th August

August 21 is the day of a rare total Solar eclipse.

In mythology Solar eclipses have been described in China as a dragon eating the sun and arrows were fired against him. In Africa, a snake was blamed for eating the sun. In Tahiti, more benignly the sun and moon were seen as making love and unlike in many lands where it was feared, the eclipse here was a favourable sign. Those who could predict eclipses in earlier times wielded great power because they would promise to restore the sun in return for rich rewards.

The August 21 total eclipse of the Sun can be seen in Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. The eclipse will begin over the Pacific Ocean and will reach the coast of Oregon at Lincoln Beach just west of Salem, at 09:04 local time, reaching its height at 10.16 am local time. From here, the Moon's central shadow will move inland and from west to east ending near Columbia, South Carolina at 2.44pm EST.

A partial Solar Eclipse can be viewed in the rest of the US and Canada, the UK and Western Europe generally, North and East Asia, North and West Africa, most of South America, the Pacific, Atlantic and the Arctic Circle. But even if you cannot physically see the total Solar eclipse in your region at all, this powerful cosmic event that can be viewed on the Internet as it occurs, releases an energy throughout the world that is perfect to remove obstacles from your life and make a dream come true.

A Ritual for the Solar Eclipse on August 21 wherever you live in the world.

You will need:

A place where you can see the full or partial eclipse or watch it on You Tube or an online source.

A sparkling yellow crystal such as citrine or clear quartz.


Just before the eclipse right through till the sun reappears fully. You can synchronise your time frame to fit with one of the timings of the full or partial eclipse in any other region.

The Ritual:


18th August

Too many tragic attacks on innocents, now Barcelona suffers and our hearts and blessings go out to those in Barcelona, remembering also those in other cities who in the previous months and years have suffered loss or whose family have been injured needlessly by wanton evil. There are no excuses for such wickedness and it is understandable to despair and fear going to places such as theatres, restaurants, concerts or on holiday overseas.

Yet if we restrict our lives, terrorism has won and we have lost our freedom, so we have to go on, being vigilant but not constantly looking over our shoulders or staying indoors.

It may seem useless lighting candles and sending blessings. Yet every positive energy however small, added to the cosmos in the name of hope, is a statement in belief that we as individuals and families who are lucky enough to be together still, cannot and do not give up that flickering beacon of faith that the world must become a better place for our children and grandchildren.

Happy FullBlueberry Moon

Happy Full Moon in Aquarius from Cassandra and Debi on August 7 at 18.10 UTC.

It is called in the Native North American tradition, reflecting the changing land, growth and seasonal patterns, Blueberry Moon (my favourite) Sturgeon Moon, Moon when all things ripen, Full Green Corn Moon and Wheat Cut Moon and so it is a moon of ripeness, readiness and abundance, energies that ripple throughout the entire world.

Aquarius may seem a strange bedfellow for a rich passionate full moon but the full moon energies bring power and most importantly impetus to focus on some of those brilliant Aquarian schemes waiting in the Out tray for expression. So as Aquarian ingenuity and inventiveness is propelled from drawing board to dynamic action by the burst of Moon power, Aquarian energies ensure the powerful lunar energies are directed wisely, where and how they are most needed. A partial eclipse too for clearing the emotional clutter we trip over on our way to putting that new approach to stagnant problems into practice.

For the full moon in Aquarius is one that moves life forward in unique ways, furthering original ventures and bringing the success of cherished inventions and money-spinning schemes. It is good for developing or rekindling friendships pushed into the background by time or circumstances, for developing your special gifts and talents in your own way, not by emulating others however seemingly successful and for exploring or learning alternative medicine. A time for independent thought and action no matter how much you love and are loved, in those areas where you need to make your mark and perhaps explore new options.

Beware of trying to balance or over-compensate for the mood swings, emotional pressures or prejudices others throw at you. Avoid getting impatient or cranky however understandable with the drama kings and queens, just state your own opinion quietly but firmly and leave them to finish Act 3 without you as the unwilling audience.

Cambiel, the tall shadowy Guardian Archangel of Aquarius, protects us by day and night from our own mistakes as well as external dangers. Appeal to him around this full moon to give you the wisdom and detachment to step back from pressures to make immediate decisions if you are not ready. Once you do know what you want, using head as well as heart to show the right way forward, progress calmly and without doubt steadily and unhesitatingly to implement your decision even if the path ahead seems lonely or you have to step away from the approval of others.

His candle colour is dark blue or purple, his crystals amethyst, blue lace agate and any zircon and his fragrances benzoin, lemon, rosemary and violet.

May this Aquarian full moon illuminate your life and give you the assurance you are on the right track and can trust your own wisdom.


Happy August

Welcome to August, known as the lucky month, from Cassandra and Debi.

Named after Augustus Caesar, the first of the Roman emperors, because a number of lucky events in his life happened in August. It became regarded as a fortunate month for Rome, because during that month, Augustus Caesar three times entered Rome in triumph and Egypt was brought under the authority of the Roman people after Augustus Caesar defeated Mark Antony and Cleopatra.

The popular boys’ name Augustus comes from the Latin word Augustus which means great and worthy of respect.

August in the modern world is regarded as a good month for reversing bad luck or loss, for gaining opportunities previously denied and the opening of doors that have been closed, for learning healing techniques and starting fitness regimes, for the fulfillment of earlier plans and projects that were delayed, for getting what is owed and finding or recovering what is lost.

Flowers of August.

Its special flowers are the Gladiolus and the Poppy.

The gladiolus, or ‘sword lily,’ represents loving remembrance of people who have passed away as well as recalling kind deeds done to us by the living as well as our beloved ancestors and signifies also calm and integrity.

In the Language of Flowers, the Gladiolus indicates that the heart is being pierced with love and therefore the flower suggests that lovers should be careful to avoid infatuation, unwise temptations, obsessive love and of holding on to love that is destructive or is over with no chance of revival.

The other flower of August is the poppy. The red poppy is mainly associated with Remembrance Day on November 11, but in August signifies pleasure, the white poppy lasting peace and consolation after loss while the yellow poppy brings the fulfilment of wishes for wealth and success.

Crystals for bringing good luck in August

Jade, peridot, moss agate and opal.

The August Angel is Hamaliel, the Perfectionist, surrounded by misty forest green.

Qualities Hamaliel encourages are: going the extra mile for perfection, attention to detail, persevering with routine but necessary tasks through to the end, reliability. She also advocates reorganizing the home or workplace to make it more efficient, trying new health supplements and alternative treatments especially where conventional medicine is not working, starting a new budget and dealing with crises old and ongoing logically and without panicking rather than burying our heads in the sand or running around like a headless chicken.

Her challenges are avoiding fussing over nothing, hypochondria, becoming over obsessed by details and missing the bigger picture, setting yourself impossible targets and refusing to accept anything or anyone less than perfect, or trying to force children or partners along a road which may not be right for them.

An August Spell for amazing good luck

You will need:

A lucky charm, medallion or favorite jewellery or crystal. Green aventurine is especially lucky.

An incense stick in a holder, preferably in a flower fragrance.

A small dish of salt

A green candle

A dish of soil.


Saturdays, the day of Cassiel the Archangel who brings good fortune

The Spell:


Happy Lughnassadh (or Imbolc in the southern hemisphere)

Welcome from Cassandra and Debi to the Festival of Lughnassadh in the Northern hemisphere

In the old traditions the willing offering by the Grain god of his life to be made into the first loaf of the first harvest, Christianised as the Lammas loaf.

Welcome also to the mirror festival, Imbolc in the Southern hemisphere, the first stirring of life after winter, the fire in the belly of the maiden goddess to awaken passion for life and love and health and joy returning, the first growth of new life psychologically and emotionally, that became Candlemas, the festival of the returning of the lighter days in later traditions.

As harvest approaches wherever you live in the world, think what you really want and the sacrifices you need to make to allow your dreams to bear fruit. If life is unfair or seems dark and hopeless, reach across the world to where the maiden goddess Brigit in the old myths imprinted deep within us, is already melting sorrows with her willow wand, letting fears, obstacles and doubts likewise melt away.

The twin themes of harvest sacrifice and the revival of the land after winter, are part of the ever- turning cycle of the year, both focused on sometimes seemingly impossible desire all shall have enough for their needs and a little more and that the wellspring of inspiration within us may sing anew.

We need not sacrifice our dreams with the cutting down of the grain, though all did not grow, rather give up what is not good for us or worrying over what never can be or can be no more. In their place, we must plant the seeds of new plans we can nurture in the months ahead. We hope that that with diligence and sheer hard work not miracles, we can as Lughnassadh replaces Imbolc in the Southern hemisphere in six months’ time and Imbolc heralds the future Lughnassadh in the Northern world, we reap the rewards not of bounty falling from the heavens as we sit in our deck chairs and pray, but the fruits of our own well-earned endeavours.

Eating your wishes traditionally gives you the power to make them come true.

July 2017 News and Updates

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Happy Full Moon in Capricorn

Happy Full Moon in Capricorn from Cassandra and Debion July 9 at 04.07 UTC which means that in some areas of the world you will see it on 8th.

It is called the Full Buck Moon in a number of Native North American traditions, as the time when antlers on stags were full grown or Thunder Moon because of the prevalence of sudden storms. Therefore, though it is a stable full moon, its power should not be underestimated, for with goats and stags alike you can’t take undue liberties and you too may need to set your boundaries and say enough is enough. Back off.

However unusually for a full moon this is a time to proceed slowly, to wait until you are sure and only then act decisively and don’t waver, remain silent until you have checked your facts rather than speaking impulsively and regret it afterwards and conserve your resources instead of splurging, unless you are making what you know is a sound investment.

The angel who rules this moon is Anael or Hanael, guardian of the West Wind and of love and fidelity who says value existing love and friends rather than seeking new exciting ones, for sometimes familiar can be best in the long term when instant passion or gratification has faded.

This moon gives a boost to whatever is solid, business ventures and slow growing investments, advising perseverance to overcome obstacles. It is a good moon too for laying down burdens, not expecting instant resolution but accepting that there are people or situations where you must very gently let go. This work will continue spontaneously on the waning moon.

It is moon of wise caution regarding people and situations, for all plans and detailed preparations, exploring your family tree and maybe finding that diligent detective work pays off quite spectacularly, taking financial advice, reviving old friendships, spending time with older relatives and for also for any slow moving official matters.

Avoid mean people, socialising for the sake of it, getting bogged down in routine and taking on responsibilities that are not yours or that you will later resent.

Anael’s colours are indigo, brown and rich green, her crystals garnet, ruby and titanium aura and her fragrances, cypress, magnolia, myrrh and hyacinths.

If you are starting over again, this moon will enable you to make the first tentative steps and to know that long-term is the way forward. Hold on if you doubt or despair for as this moon wanes so you can step by step rebuild. An excellent moon for the release of money that has been tied up or disputed being released in the coming weeks.

If you need stability or the regrowth of resources, love or trust, try this ritual.

You will need:

A small round black stone and a similar white one; a small drawstring bag or purse.


After dark on full moon night or a night or two after when the moon energies and light are still bright, close your hands around the dark stone and say, Wise Mother Moon, as you reach your height I give to you this burden I no longer wish to carry with blessings, asking you to transform it in your own time and way.

Happy Moon Days.

Happy July 2017

Welcome to July from Cassandra and Debi

Formerly called Quintilus, the fifth month in the early Roman calendar, the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar named July after himself. It became the seventh month in the new Julian calendar Caesar created in 46BC, helped by Sosignes, the Alexandrian astronomer and philosopher. Julius Caesar claimed this month as his own and so first made its association with power and high ambitions when he linked the Emperors with the Father God Jupiter.

July has continued this association with acquiring power, achieving ambitions of any kind, leadership, maintaining high principles that are worth fighting for, acquiring traditional knowledge, seeking justice, especially where the odds are stacked against you, aiming for fame by entering talent shows, reality television series, or joining a drama group, orchestra , group or choir just for pleasure, for the success of all creative ventures, applying for promotion or a pay rise, marriage proposals and exotic or long distance holidays and adventures, for increasing prosperity through developing talents and for increased potency especially where there are fertility issues.

The July flower is the Larkspur. Larkspur, a form of delphinium, was said to have had protective energies and as well as being used to heal wounds, traditionally kept away ghosts and venomous creatures, reptilian, insect and human. Bunches of larkspur were also hung in stables to prevent animals being stolen or injured by predators. However, larkspur is poisonous if absorbed.

As well as larkspur, other plants of the month are asters, dahlias, marigolds, passion flowers, potted palms, sunflowers and all golden-leafed or very tall trees.

The colour of the month is gold, its crystals, orange carnelian, clear crystal quartz and golden topaz. Its incenses are frankincense, copal and orange.

The angel of July is the golden Verchiel, the Joy Bringer and a Wish angel, who tells us July is the best month for overcoming financial losses or setbacks and winning against negative people and bullies through personal effort and determination while maintaining your own high ethics. However, avoid being tempted to overspend or over- emphasize your qualifications and expertise, over indulging in food or alcohol or starting an affair you may regret by next month.

Here is a special ritual to begin in July to wish for what you most want, whether that ambition is for fame and fortune, to find the right love, have a babe, get enough money to be free from worry, to travel or just to enjoy quiet times of harmony. You can use your wish box for wishes great and small, as long as you only ask once a week on a Sunday and you can repeat an ongoing wish every week.

You will need

A wooden or metal box with a lid and key

A red candle

Paper and a red pen

A ball of red thread


Sunday evenings weekly

The Spell

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